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2015/05/23 15:14
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Daniel McArthur (C) general manager of Ashers bakery involved in a "gay cake" legal dispute speaks to the media outside Laganside court in Belfast. March 26, 2015. Ashers refused to make a cake...
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2015/05/23 13:50
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By 1pm on Friday, May 8, it was all over. The Conservatives had won a Commons majority with a margin of four seats. Winning St Ives from the Liberal Democrats just after lunchtime seemed a...
2015/05/23 09:20
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Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper has warned her party against swinging too far to the left or right as she stressed there was a mountain to climb to become electable again. Ms Cooper said...
2015/05/22 19:43
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I was in London in early April and watched the televised debate of the political leaders contesting the national election. I watched in amazement as, apart from the Conservative and the UK...
2015/05/22 18:09
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As Open Europe research has found, while the vast majority of EU migrants come to the UK to work, the UK’s generous in-work benefit system offers perverse incentives. For example, it makes sense from...
2015/05/22 17:16
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Lack of drama on arrival seems odd for policy so feared for so long. Finance Minister Bill English during his presentation at the Budget 2015 lock-up at Parliament, Wellington. Photo / Mark...
2015/05/22 07:17
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Labour leader Andrew Little has raised the prospect of introducing means testing for superannuation payouts. Mr Little made his unscripted criticism of current superannuation rules at a post-Budget...
2015/05/22 06:55
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The Conservative Party’s election victory leaves little doubt as to the holding of a referendum on continued British EU membership in 2016 or 2017. While the official content of British demands...
2015/05/22 05:35
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Britain’s most respected opinion pollster has warned Labour its chances of winning a majority at the next election verge on the “improbable” and that blaming its defeat on a shift away from Blairism...
2015/05/22 05:26
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On 7 May, the Conservative Party in Britain won an unexpected victory in the country's General Election. The Labour Party, which had been neck-and-neck in the polls and looked set to form a minority...
2015/05/22 03:28
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Two extraordinary things happened yesterday at 2pm: a rightwing government increased benefits, and a television company killed off a popular current affairs show. The two events were surprisingly...
2015/05/22 01:54
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The last thing opposition parties expected to find in the budget was a benefit increase, NZ Newswire political columnist Peter Wilson writes. The first increase in 43 years, apart from inflation...
2015/05/21 18:23
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This National Government has been plagued by a series of errors and mismanagement since its re-election late last year. Yet suddenly none of that matters, with National delivering such a clever and...
2015/05/21 17:37
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The mountain facing the party was illustrated when John Curtice, the leading psephologist, said a Labour victory at the 2020 election was “improbable.” He calculated that Labour would need a huge 12.5...
2015/05/21 17:16
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The Government has promised not to make any further cuts to KiwiSaver after scrapping a $1000 payment which all members received upon signing up. Prime Minister John Key said the Government's...
2015/05/21 16:09
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The annual allowance (the maximum you can save tax-efficiently in a pension in any tax year) is £40,000. For most of us, this means we can save a maximum of £40,000 a year in our “money purchase” or...
2015/05/21 13:45
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SNP challenged over slashing of student support The SNP has been challenged on its record of financial support for students in Scotland. Picture: Pamela Grigg SCOTLAND has the “lowest level” of level...
2015/05/21 12:41
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ANEURIN Bevan must have had two dreams in the immediate post-war years. One, gratefully, came true – and that was/is our coveted National Health Service, which, despite the insidious threats of...
2015/05/21 11:07
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David Ellesmere appears to have learned the lessons from the election defeat - but could have a long wait for the next Labour government. Don’t expect a new Labour government any time soon Ipswich...
2015/05/21 09:29
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Nobody saw it coming. One tabloid says "Hallelujah!" The Conservative Party - the Tories- implemented merciless cuts and then swept to victory overwhelming their opponents and leaving their nearest...
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